3 edition of Studies in soil conservation and water management in Bihar Plateau found in the catalog.
Studies in soil conservation and water management in Bihar Plateau
M. A. Mohsin
by Dept. of Soil & Water Management, Birsa Agricultural University in Ranchi, Bihar
Written in English
|Statement||M.A. Mohsin and V.C. Srivastava.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 84/60262 (S)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33,  p.|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||84907411|
Studies on management practices in intercropping with particular reference to lateritic areas in Bihar plateau; Studies on the performances of different potential crops for eastern region of Bihar plateau. Effect of organic and inorganic nutrients for soil quality conservation and yield of rainfed low land rice in sub-tropical plateau ~aeru/ He is a Past-President and Honorary Member of the European Society for Soil Conservation and the author of Soil erosion and conservation (3rd edition, Blackwell ). Dr Mark Nearing has authored more than scientific papers on the subject of soil erosion over the past 25 years. He is Past President and serves on the Board of Directors of
The book unravels the complex bond between humans and soils and the importance of soils in our cultures and everyday lives. Soil is critical to terrestrial life on earth. It underpins human food supply and provides materials on which we build our lives. Soil is out of › Environmental Sciences › Soil Science. Soil organic matter (SOM) plays a central role in maintaining tropical soil fertility. Its conservation and maintenance in tropical cultivation systems is imperative if soil degradation is to be halted and cropping made sustainable. Around % of global carbon is present in tropical ecosystems but only % of this is present in the ://
Jiang, X. J., Liu, S. & Zhang, H. Effects of different management practices on vertical soil water flow patterns in the Loess Plateau. Soil Till. Res. , 33–42 (). Article Google Scholar Comprising southern part of Malwa plateau and Deccan plateau (Maharashtra), this is a region of the regur (black) soil with July temperature between 24 °C and 41 °C, January temperature between 6 °C and 23 °C and average annual rainfall of 25 cm cm. Wheat, gram, millets, cotton, pulses, groundnut, and oilseeds are the main crops in the
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Conservation of soil and water resources is important for sustainability of agriculture and environment. Soil and water resources are under immense pressure due to ever increasing population Alaunja watershed, located on ‘Chotanagpur’ plateau of Bihar, is mainly under single cropping.
The area receives more than mm of rainfall but it has not been utilised properly to increase the agricultural output. The remote sensing, geophysical, DBTM (Digital Basement Terrain Model) and GIS (Geographic information System) techniques were used for providing scientific database for Soil Management: 2.
Bench terraces built in a single operation Figure and Plates and ssive reduction of slope (fanya juu) Figure and Plates and all rain (murundum), Plate Water Management: 5. Absorb some rain with emergency overflow (contour bund) Figure and Plate Soil conservation stores more of the runoff from excess rainfall in the reservoir of the soil for subsequent crop use; and this much water is kept out of streams, thereby contributing to flood reduction.
Today these techniques of soil and water conservation are being prac- ticed in many countries with much benefit to great numbers of :// Village land-use management is an exciting new idea which takes soil and water conservation one step further than simple earth terraces or stone bunds.
It is an integrated global approach to conservation in which the villagers take responsibility for all their The Loess Plateau is well known to the world due to its severe soil erosion resulting from complex landforms, high soil erod-ibility, concentrated and high-intensity rainfall, and the destruc-tion of vegetation from long-term human activity (Zhao et al.
Thus, in recent decades, many soil and water con- The book takes an agricultural systems approach to understanding conservation Studies in soil conservation and water management in Bihar Plateau book systems, recognizing that the different components of conservation tillage systems are interrelated.
It includes chapters on the management of cover crops, water, nutrients, weeds, insect pests and nematodes, as well as crop selection and rotation, livestock This book is the first to systematically explore experimental erosion by integrating theory, erosion observations, and conservation applications.
It concentrates on experimental studies on the Loess Plateau of China, in an attempt to establish a new sub-discipline: experimental › Environmental Sciences › Soil Science.
ABSTRACT: Because land degradation from water-induced soil erosion is a serious problem in India and only fragmentary information on factors affecting soil erosion is available, an attempt was made to prepare a countrywide map of soil erosion rates for land use prepare the map, available maps of soil, rainfall erosivity, slope, land use, forest vegetation, degraded land, sand dunes Soil management problems and possible solution in western Nigeria.
Soil Management in Tropical America, Bornemisza, E and Alvarado, A (eds.). North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, pp. – The book deals with several aspects of soil erosion, focusing on its connection with the agricultural world.
Chapters’ topics are various, ranging from irrigation practices to soil nutrient, land use changes or tillage methodologies. The book is subdivided into fourteen chapters, sorted in four sections, grouping different facets of the topic: introductive case studies, erosion Streamflow regimes of the Yanhe River under climate and land use change, Loess Plateau, China Peng Gao,1,2,3 Guantao Jiang,1 Yongping Wei,2 Xingmin Mu,1,3* Fei Wang,1,3 Guangju Zhao1,3 and Wenyi Sun1,3 1 Institute of Soil and Water Conservation of Northwest A&F University,Yangling, Shaanxi, China 2 Australia-China Centre on Water Resources Research, The University of Water harvesting is an age-old concept in India.
Various methods are used in different regions of India. Khadins water harvesting method is used in (a) Rajasthan (b) Maharashtra (c) Bihar (d) Uttar Pradesh. Kattas is the ancient method of water harvesting found in (a) Hibachi Pradesh (b) Karnataka (c) Tamil Nadu (d) Madhya Pradesh.
The soil erosion rate (soil erosion modulus, soil erosion amount) is a reverse measure index of the soil and water conservation function of the ecosystem, and an increase in soil loss means a reduction in the soil and water conservation function.
In the InVEST model, soil erosion is estimated using the RULSE (Huang et al., ). Climate Change Impacts on Hydrological Processes and Sediment Dynamics: Measurement, Modelling and Management The Proceedings of The Second International Young Scientists Forum on Soil and Water Conservation and ICCE symposium27–31 August,Moscow 2 days ago CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title.
CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of The studies were published in a book, "Controle da erosão no Paraná, Brasil: sistemas de cobertura do solo, plantio direto e preparo conservacionista do solo" [Soil erosion control in Paraná, Brazil: systems of soil cover, no-tillage and conservationist soil preparation] (Derpsch ?script=sci_arttext&pid=S Since the s, ambitious soil and water conservation programs on the Loess Plateau have focused on reducing rates of soil erosion.
As a part of this work,large check dams with the heights larger than 5 m were constructed andcheck dams were planned for completion by (Jin et al., ). Undoubtedly, the Yellow River The impact of projected climate during on the potential yield of potato in Bihar has been analysed using InfoCrop model.
and soil and water conservation value of prominent medicinal These soil and water conservation measures include biological measures (i.e. terracing, afforestation) and engineering measures (such as check dams and reservoirs).
Table 5 shows statistics of soil and water conservation measures in the middle reaches of the Yellow River basin. The measures present various increase rates during different ://.
The first four parts of the book cover the physical basis of hydrology in the humid tropics: climatology, meteorology, process hydrology, sedimentation, water quality and freshwater ecology. This is followed by extensive treatment of the human and societal issues: land-use changes, water resource management, and rural and urban water supply in Tefera B., Sterk G.
(). Land management, erosion problems and soil and water conservation in Fincha’a watershed, western Ethiopia. Land Use Policy Teklu T., Lemi A. (). Factors affecting entry and intensity in informal rental land markets in southern Ethiopian highlands. Agricultural Economics The magnitude and spatiotemporal distribution of precipitation are the main drivers of hydrologic and agricultural processes in soil moisture, runoff generation, soil erosion, vegetation growth and agriculture activities on the Loess Plateau (LP).
This study detects the spatiotemporal variations of individual rainfall events during a rainy season (RS) from May to September based on the hourly